Samsung Galaxy S6 is probably the most highly anticipated Android smartphone of 2015. The specs are almost astonishing and the camera?s ?intelligent? feature is quite intriguing. But let?s not forget the?compilation of rumors and speculations for the handset that only made fans more curious than ever.
In February, we had covered the rumored market price for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and the numbers are quite surprising. However, recent news suggests that the possible price for Samsung?s upcoming flagship may cost a bit cheaper than what we?ve all expected.
Samsung Galaxy S6 possible market price revealed by T-Mobile
According to a?Techtimes? report, U.S. carrier T-Mobile has already revealed the price of Samsung?s upcoming flagship and it is believed to start at around $699. In our previous report, the rumored price for the Galaxy S6 was believed to be around EUR749 (or roughly $825 in the U.S.). That is $126 cheaper than what most have anticipated.
T-Mobile will reportedly charge its buyers $699 for the unlocked version of the handset during their Preregistration Giveaway event. However, the company hasn?t revealed any information regarding the storage capacity yet but as Techtimes? speculated, it will most likely be the 32GB handset.
T-Mobile hasn?t released any details on the contract basis,?Techtimes added.
Samsung Galaxy S6 confirmed release date
A report from Ubergizmo?stated that Samsung had recently confirmed the actual release date for the Samsung Galaxy S6. The Korean company is going to release their latest flagship in 20 countries starting April 10, 2015, but no one knows for sure which country will get the devices first.?It was also revealed that all major carriers in the U.S. will be carrying both the?Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
The long wait is finally over and many fans will finally get to own Samsung’s flagship phone next month.
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